Michael Lynch, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy · University of Connecticut

Dr. Lynch's research focuses on truth and fake news.

Information Technology and Knowledge Democracy and Public Discourse Fake News Truth

Sean Valles

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

I study the interplay of ethics and scientific evidence in population health, including race and migration issues and climate change issues.

Philosophy of Population Health Race in Science Health Justice Climate Change Philosophy Population Health Ethics

Darin L. Hammond

Entrepreneur | University Writing Professor| Web Developer | Professional Writer · ZipMinis Freelance Writing

Web Developer and Blogger at ZipMinis

Business Writing and Communication Resume Writing Professional Writing

Jeremy Pressman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Political Science, Director of Middle East Studies · University of Connecticut

Dr. Pressman specializes in the Arab-Israeli peace process, US foreign policy, and the scope of political protests in the United States.

Political Protests Middle East Peace Process Arab-Israeli Conflict

Brian Kloeppel

Professor · Western Carolina University

Brian Kloeppel's scholarly interests include watershed ecology, carbon and water cycling, forest growth and dynamics.

Forest Growth and Dynamics Watershed Ecology Graduate Program Development Strategic Planning Biological Field Station Site Reviews and Planning

Robert Taylor, Ph.D.

Dean | College of Psychology and Liberal Arts · Florida Tech

Dr. Taylor's research focuses on 19th- and 20th-century America, the American South, U.S. military history, and 20th-century Europe.

History of the Space Age Florida's Governors D-Day American Military Leadership Civil War

Rob Halpin

Lecturer, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities · University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Distinguished communications consultant and labour policy expert dedicated to the cultivation and dissemination of union rights

Dr. Jeff Koloze

President · Koloze Consultants

Dr. Jeff Koloze

Literary Theories Abortion in Literature Infanticide in Literature Euthanasia in Literature Life Issues in Contemporary Culture

Richard Dees

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics · University of Rochester

Richard Dees' research and teaching interests are in public health ethics, neuroethics, and political philosophy.

Neuroethics Public Health Ethics Political Philosophy

Christina Heckman, PhD

Associate Professor of English · Augusta University

Professor Heckman focuses on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, history of English language and Anglo-Saxon and middle English literature.

Anglo-Saxon and Middle English Literature Works of J.R.R. Tolkien History of English Language

Julia Lee

Professor of English and Graduate Director · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Alana Cattapan

Assistant Professor · Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan

Alana Cattapan researches women's engagement in public policy making, focusing on health and reproductive biotechnologies

Public Policy Reproductive Technologies Women's Health Canadian Politics Feminism & Gender Studies

Jennifer Tupper

Dean, Faculty of Education · University of Regina

Associate Professor and Dean of Education at the University of Regina specializing in anti-oppressive teaching and learning.

Education and social justice

Bruce O'Brien

Professor of History and Academic Lead for the Early English Laws Project (Univ. of London/King's College London/University of St Andrews) · University of Mary Washington

Dr. O'Brien specializes in Medieval History.

English Law Medieval England’s Multilingualism Culture of Translation Magna Carta

Tiffany Muller Myrdahl

Urbanist and Feminist Geographer · Simon Fraser University

Specializes in equity and inclusion. Uses policy analysis and collaborative research with women and LGBTQ people to examine urban change.

Geographies of social difference (with an emphasis on gender and sexuality) Municipal Social Inclusion Policy Qualitative and Mixed Method Research Oral history methods for research and policymaking

Kimberly Moekle

Senior Lecturer of Communication Studies · Loyola Marymount University

College of Communication & Fine Arts

William Bridges

Assistant Professor of Japanese · University of Rochester

Bridges researches the intersection of modern Japanese literature, African-American literature, and comparative literature.

anime African American Culture African American Literature Japanese Literature Japanese Culture

David Rothenberg

Distinguished Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Through writing and music, David Rothenberg explores the relationship between humans and nature.

Bird Music Humanity Musicality of Animals Human Computer Musical Interfaces Environmental Philosophy

Laura Madokoro

Assistant Professor, History and Classical Studies · McGill University

Laura's research focuses on the history of race, refugees and religious and secular humanitarianism.

Refugee and Human Rights Issues Immigration Canadian History Archives Heritage

Sean Lang

Senior Lecturer in History · Anglia Ruskin University

His research explores aspects of the history of the British Empire (particularly during the Victorian era and during British rule in India).

History Colonialism British Empire British Rule in India